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The Star Wars Cook Book: Wookiee Cookies and Other Galactic Recipes (original 1998; edition 1998)

by Robin Davis (Author)

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Contains over twenty recipes for young cooks inspired by the characters from "Star Wars."
Title:The Star Wars Cook Book: Wookiee Cookies and Other Galactic Recipes
Authors:Robin Davis (Author)
Info:Chronicle Books (1998), Edition: 1, 60 pages
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The Star Wars Cookbook: Wookiee Cookies and Other Galactic Recipes by Robin Davis (1998)

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Lure Star Wars fans into the kitchen to experiment with concoctions like "Skywalker Smoothies," "Jabba Jiggle Jello," and "Death Star Popcorn Balls." Each recipe features a color photograph of a Star Wars action figure posing with the finished dish. Beverages, breakfasts, desserts, main courses, snacks, and sides offer options for all meals of the day.
  nimblenovice | Jul 19, 2010 |
The recipes in this book are nothing special, but it's a fun presentation with some serious Classic Trilogy love. ( )
  level250geek | Jun 4, 2010 |
This is the perfect cookbook for any Star Wars Fan! With recipes like Princess Leia Danish Dos, Twin Sun Toast, Tusken Raider Taters, Sandtrooper Sandies, and Wookie Cookies, who can go wrong. The recipes are normally just jazzed up version of food that any normal cookbook would have. The directions are clear and concise, obviously written for use with younger children or adults who are kitchen impaired. The best part of the book, however are the photographs. Each recipe has a photo of the food, with little Star Wars figurines posing with it. R2-D2 gets to meet himself in R2-D2 frozen treats. It's all very comical and amusing, even for adults. The book is spiral bound, so that it lays flat and the pages are coated so that you won't cry over spilled milk possibly ruining your book. I would recommend this to any parent with kids who are Star Wars fans. Even the youngest child can help in some way. I would suggest ages 5 and up! ( )
  sagrundman | Dec 16, 2008 |
One might have a question when glancing through this book - is it a real cookbook, or is it a joke book? (A "joke book" in the sense that it is not meant to be taken seriously.)

Well, it is a real cookbook, but it isn't meant to be taken that seriously, either.

So don't plan on buying this book for a lot of exciting recipes. There are a few recipes in this book that are new (and cleverly related to the movie) - but for the most part, the recipes are very simple and seemingly aimed at children.

I would recommend purchasing this book for its entertainment value - because it *is* very entertaining. The illustrations are both amusing and clever, incorporating both the foods and Star Wars action figures.

So, in short: just a middlin' cookbook, but a good book-book. Especially if you happen to enjoy Star Wars action figures! ( )
  universehall | Mar 7, 2008 |
The best cookbook ever made. It's out of this world! Galactic goodness!

Jedi pops!
Boba Fett-uccine!
Greedo's Burritos!
Tusken Raider Taiters!

and the seductive and romantic Oola-la French Toast!

All these and more.

Best. Cookbook. Ever. ( )
1 vote Atomicmutant | Jan 4, 2008 |
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